Release Blast: RECKLESS by Abby Brooks
I thought the proposal was a joke at first. You would too, given the circumstances. Anyone would.
When my brother’s best friend asks me to marry him—right after we fell into bed together!—it’s not for love.
And it’s certainly not because he has his eyes set on a happily ever after.
He wants me to be the future Mrs. Malone because he’s in a bind and “kind of needs a wife.”
But I’ve been head-over-heels, stupid-in-the-brain in love with the guy since I was sixteen. SIXTEEN.
While he’s talking about a business proposal, I’m staring at a dream come true.
Obviously, I should walk away from this crazy idea with my head held high, but when it comes to Jude, I’m weak. I always have been.
Plus, after our drunken rendezvous the night of my brother’s wedding, I’ve got some very real reasons to say yes.
I can get through this with my heart intact…can’t I?
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"Can I just say - Small Town romances rock!!! I love everything about them, even the annoying everyone knowing your business part as well.
It was great to step back into Wildrose Landing. Reckless does feature the previous two books characters but I would definitely say that Jude & Izzy’s story still reads as a stand-alone.
I love a fake marriage trope, and Abby’s version is outstanding. I could feel the chemistry these two had drip from the pages. But that certainly didn’t make for a smooth sailing relationship. Both have baggage from their pasts that end being a factor in their present. I did feel for Izzy though, she always felt like she was a second choice for everyone. So all I am going to say more about that without giving away a whole heap of the story - the grand gesture towards the end of the story made my heart happy and I loved reading that for Izzy. Hopefully Austin ends up with his own story as well. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced readers copy of this book."